19 July 2018

В соответствии In accordance with the Program of State Statistical Works, State statistics Committee carried out a preliminary assessment of the gross regional product (GRP) of the Republic of Karakalpakstan, regions and Tashkent city for January-June 2018.

GRP is the main indicator of the system of national accounts, which characterizes the final result of the production activity of institutional units - residents located on the economic territory of the region, for a certain period of time. GRP is calculated by the production method, as the sum of the gross value added by types of economic activity in basic prices and net taxes on products.

According to preliminary data, the volume of GRP of the Republic of Karakalpakstan for January-June 2018 in current prices was 4947.9 billion soums and grew in real terms by 3.5% compared to the same period in 2017. The growth in GRP is due to the positive growth rates in the main sectors of the region's economy, such as agriculture, forestry and fisheries - 102.6% (10.1% in the GRP structure), industry - 104.0% (36.3%), construction - 101.5% (8.4%), services - 103.7% (45.2%). GRP per capita amounted to 2677.6 thousand soums and grew by 2.1%.

GRP of Andijan region in current prices amounted to 8744.3 billion soums and grew by 7.8%. Economic growth was due to positive growth rates in agriculture, forestry and fisheries - 105.8% (share in the GRP structure - 31.7%), industry - 122.3% (25.4%), construction - 105.2% ( 5.7%), the service sector - 103.2% (37.2%). GRP per capita amounted to 2,893.6 thousand soums and grew by 6.0%.

In the Bukhara region, GRP growth was 2.2% and reached 6870.6 billion soums. In the GRP sectoral structure, growth rates were as follows: in agriculture, forestry and fisheries - 101.6% (share in the GRP structure - 30.1%), construction - 103.8% (11.3%), services – 103.7% (38.7%). In industry, there was a decrease in volumes, which amounted to 99.1% to the level of the corresponding period of 2017 (the share of this industry in the GRP structure is 19.9%). The volume of GRP per capita increased by 0.8% and amounted to 3663.0 thousand soums..

GRP of Jizzakh region amounted to 3,116.8 billion soums with growth of 4.8%. Growth rate of agriculture, forestry and fisheries was 104.9% (share in the GRP structure - 29.0%), industry - 104.2% (16.3%), construction - 105.4% (10.6%) , the service sector - 104.7% (44.1%). The volume of GRP per capita was 2 341.7 thousand soums and grew by 2.9%.

GRP of Kashkadarya region increased by 3.7% and amounted to 9816.6 billion soums. The growth in GRP is due to positive growth rates in the main sectors of the region's economy: in agriculture, forestry and fisheries - 102.3% (share in the GRP structure - 20.7%), industry - 106.5% (37.7%), construction - 100.1% (7.9%), services - 102.3% (33.7%). GRP per capita increased by 1.7% and amounted to 3104.9 thousand soums.

In the Navoi region, GRP growth was 3.9% and reached 8663.0 billion soums. In the sectoral structure of GRP, the growth rate of agriculture, forestry and fisheries was 101.4% (share in the GRP structure - 13.2%), industry - 100.3% (62.9%), construction - 133.7% ( 4.7%), the service sector - 107.7% (19.2%). GRP per capita increased by 2.2% and amounted to 9010.8 thousand soums.

The GRP of the Namangan region amounted to 5776.5 billion soums, which is 3.9% higher than the data for the same period in 2017. The GRP growth rate is due to positive growth rates in agriculture, forestry and fisheries - 105.5% (share in the GRP structure - 29.6%), industry - 104.7% (14.9%), construction - 104.7% (6.1%) and services - 102.7% (49.4%). GRP per capita increased by 2.1% and amounted to 2 131.6 thousand soums.

The volume of GRP of the Samarkand region was 9 118.3 billion soums and grew by 2.4%. In this region, positive growth rates in agriculture, forestry and fisheries were registered - 100.5% (share in the GRP structure - 24.8%), construction - 109.0% (7.8%), services - 103.4% % (46.8%). In the industry, there was a decrease in volume, which amounted to 99.8% to the level of January-June 2017 (the share of this industry in the GRP structure is 20.6%). GRP per capita increased by 0.4% and amounted to 2440.2 thousand soums.

In Surkhandarya region, GRP increased by 6.3% and amounted to 6216.9 billion soums. Growth factors in the agricultural, forestry and fisheries sectors were growth factors of 106.5% (GRP share - 41.5%), industry - 128.1% (8.2%), construction - 105.3% ( 8.3%), the service sector - 102.7% (42.0%). GRP per capita amounted to 2 461.1 thousand soums, which is 4.1% higher than the data for the same period in 2017.

GRP of Syrdarya region amounted to 2629.7 billion soums with growth of 3.1%. In the main branches of the economy of the region, positive growth rates were also noted. In particular, the growth rate in agriculture, forestry and fisheries was 100.2% (share in the GRP structure - 32.0%), industry - 105.7% (27.1%), construction - 105.2% (5 , 3%), the service sector - 102.8% (35.6%). The volume of GRP per capita was 3 211.3 thousand soums and grew by 1.4%.

In the Tashkent region, GRP amounted to 13 877.7 billion soums and grew by 3.2%. GRP growth is due to positive growth rates in the sectors of the economy of the region: in agriculture, forestry and fisheries -101.0% (share in the GRP structure - 18.7%), industry - 105.3% (47.9%), construction - 106.2% (3 , 2%), services - 101.6% (30.2%).GRP per capita increased by 2.0% and amounted to 4837.3 thousand soums.

GRP of the Fergana region grew by 3.3% and amounted to 9409.4 billion soums. The growth rates of GRP are due to the positive growth rates of the regional economy. In the agriculture, forestry and fisheries, the growth rate was 100.5% (the share in the GRP structure was 24.6%), industry - 105.2% (25.2%), construction - 107.7% (6.0% ), the service sector - 103.2% (44.2%). GRP per capita amounted to 2590.3 thousand soums and grew by 1.7%.

In the Khorezm region, GRP amounted to 4737.7 billion soums, exceeding the level of January-June 2017 by 4.1%. The growth in GRP is due to the growth rates in agriculture, forestry and fisheries at the level of 102.7% (the share in the GRP structure is 28.4%), industry -111.3% (19.5%), construction - 104.0% ( 9.0%), services - 102.3% (43.1%). GRP per capita increased by 2.5% and amounted to 2 617.3 thousand soum.

GRP of Tashkent city was 22 752.7 billion soums, which is 7.4% higher than the data of January-June 2017. The main factors of GRP growth were positive growth rates in industries such as industry - 106.2% (share in the GRP structure - 31.5%), construction - 110.9% (8.9%), service sector - 107.3% % (59.6%). GRP per capita increased by 5.6% and amounted to 9191.5 thousand soums.

Gross Domestic (Regional) Product for January - June 2018

The largest contribution to the formation of the GDP of the republic was made by the city of Tashkent with a specific weight of 14.9%. Tashkent and Kashkadarya regions occupy the following places with indicators of 9.1% and 6.4% respectively. The lowest share of GRP in the formation of the republic's GDP is recorded in the Syrdarya (1.7%), Jizzakh (2.0%), Khorezm (3.1%) regions.

In January-June, 2018, the outpacing GRP growth rates were registered in Andijan region (107.8%), Tashkent city (107.4%) and Surkhandarya region (106.3%). Low GRP growth rates compared to the republican level (104.9%) were observed in Bukhara (102.2%) Samarkand (102.4%), Syrdarya (103.1%) regions.

The GDP growth rate (GRP) in January-June 2018

(in% to January-June 2017)

According to the results of January-June 2018, Surkhandarya region (41.5%) has the largest share of agriculture, forestry and fisheries in the GRP sector structure, Navoi region (62.9%), Bukhara (11.3%) construction , the service sector – Tashkent city (59.6%). The smallest share of agriculture, forestry and fisheries was noted in the Republic of Karakalpakstan (10.1%), industry - in the Surkhandarya region (8.2%), construction in the Tashkent region (3.2%), services in the Navoi region (19.2%).

 

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